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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1910. Makes The Hair Grow FOR 1NITES Muddy Makiki Fluid Need No Longer Be Used in Insurgent Valley. Nooaoo VaiDDcsy Lots We are talking about Ayer's Hair Vigor. Just note that word ''Ayer's." You are perfectly afe with it. No harm to you or to your hair. Makes the hair grow ? It certainly does. Stops falling hair, too. Remember, it's "AyerV wc are talking about. Ask your doctor about your hair and about Ayer's Hair Vigor. Get his approval. Your own doctor and "Ayer's" make a strong combination. It means faith, confidence, satisfaction. Ayer's Hair Vigor DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR fnptrei by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co- lowell, Kas.. U. S. A. WONDERFUL CURIOSITIES AT ANCHOR SALOON Standing Room Only Admission Free. OLD KONA COFFEE McCHESNET COFFEE CO., 16 Merchant St. For Rent FOLDING CHAIRS AND TABLES ). HOPP & COMPANY, LTD. Manoa Valley, the exclusive suburb that is t lie home of the insurgents, is at lust to get water -with -which to I cleanse itself. Hereafter the -residents iof that rainy belt are to have Nuuanu water not only with which to make their afternoon tea lint even to bathe in. Superintendent Marston Campbell sfate.l yesterday afternoon that the water works department had just fain- ! pleted some important changes and tliat on Tuesday night connections were niad- by which Nuuanu water was fur n;shed to Manila. The Makiki supply, which is what Manoa Valley has had to depnd upon in the past and which for some time has hail to le dipped up witli a shovel, lias ibeen cut out and will not he used again until after other changes hall have been made which will protect it from dirt and filth. The lower part of the valley will get Manoa water all day, hut Superintend ent Campbell says that for the present the extreme upper levels will be able to get it only at night. Consequently, j if a resident of upper Manoa wants to take his weekly bath on Saturday, he will have to put it off until the shades of eve have fallen. It is the intention of the superintend ent of public works to enclose the Ma kiki spring with a concrete wall so as to prevent its contamination by freshet waters and cows. Until that is done and some 1300 feet of new pipe laid, Manoa -will enjoy the advantages of Xuuami water. Mr. Campbell says that the recent rains have raised the water in the Xuu- C rxirfiiir S r, 't? ,7- t- 1 - . 2 a Kodak Developing and Printing Immediate Delivery. Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co., Young Buildiag. ami reservoir to the level, which is the hij forty-four-foot ;hest point at which it hits ever stood. ODD BITS From the ORIENT BAZAR NIPPON King Street, Next to Advertiser Renear Co., Ltd. ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS THE DAY'S DOINGS ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE These lots are situated in the best residence section of Honolulu and are near the residences of Messrs. Rodiek, Cooke, Pfotenhauer, Castle, Sherman and many others. TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION On Saturday, October 8, 1910 AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON At the Auction Room of Jas. F. Morgan, 857 Kaahumanu Street. For further information apply to ESTATE OF B. P. BISHOP or 'lino;. pro vi tig progress. SALE OF HANDKERCHIEFS BEGINS MONDAY, THE 19TH Many lines of Ladies' arid Children's Handkerchiefs at very low prices. EHLERS Distilled Water Ice Tor Ice, Distilled "Water and Cold Storage, consult the Oahu Ice & Electric Co. Box 600. Phone 1128. A . BLOM DRY GOODS frt St. Opposite Catholic Church BEST CLEANER AND DYER U. TOGAWA Fort St. opp. Convent. Founder of original Eagle Dyeing and Cleaning Works. The stock market is still dec quotations in sales yesterday the downward trend still in An extra dividend of two per cent was declared at a morning meeting of the Kwa directors, this bringing that stock to its former figure after a sudden drop. 1 . . i i fr i ra sujii mesuav afternoon at 32.62o, a three-eights depreciation, but the dividend announcement in the j morning brought it back to S3 fiat on I session sales and finally raised it an other quarter. it remained at this figure during the day but was weak, plenty of stock being offered at that figure. There was also some talk on the street of an extra dividend being an nounced bv Oahu, but this is improb able: Two large blocks of brewery sold between boards dropped that stock an other quarter, leaving it at 20 fiat. Two hundred shares in all changed hands. Waialua remains comparatively steadv :.t 12!', but Olaa came down an eighth to 15.1 2.1. In the miscellaneous stocks, Hawaiian Pineapple followed the ex ample of Brewery ami sales yesterday took a quarter of the former price of 31.21. Sales for the day were: Kwa ni (a, ?,-2X:2"j; 1 (.5.1 0i; S2.I52.1; 2t Or :j2.t52.1; 7 ((. 83.121; '.) Or 33. 21; 110 n 33. Hon. ?. & M. 100 Or 20; inO Or 20. Waialua 21 Oi 12!'; 10 Ur 12!'; 21 Ot 12!'. Haw. Pine. V, 1 (,,. 31; 1 Or 31; 1 Or 31. Olaa 21 Oi 5.121. ..4... KEKAHA CROP LARGEST OF THE PLANTATION JAS. f . MORGAN, Auctioneer : ; TOM SHARP, The Painter Elite Building Phone 1697 Signs of all kinds. Scenic Work, Decorating, Graining, Paper Hanging,' Etc REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. LOCOMOBILE K.-kal.a r;i ne of i? s i nt; opera ions eoi,in. ?;iw "Ttia Bert Built Car in America." CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD., AGENTS. Brown & Lyon 5EW BOOKS BY EVERT MAIL. Popular Fiction. Travels. Sclentlle Young Building. MISS KELLY MANICURE JJAIEDEESSING. SHAMPOOING WE FRAME PICTURES According to Their Requirements and with Artistic Taste. PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO. Nuuanu, below Hotel. plantation ground the last I'.'io weason last week, tinish- at . o clock last luosdav the (iard.-n Island. The ciop was the largest ever taken oil', being H.tiloi, tons, an im-rense of more than Ih.ree t!iou:t!id tons over lat year's, crop, which was 11,111 Sons, that beinir the rei-oid up to that time. The huge ineieae in the tonnage of the plantation i due principally to the considerable a'ldition to the area of its ciiiie lands from the planting of the thousand acrev or so of land on the I'hifl'. whicli has bee n made possible by the new Kekaha ditch, brought around "he eiitl- of Waiinea canyon and m on to tiie fertile highlands extending up to Pun o ka I'ele. The substitution of the jure and flesh wa?( r of the upper Waimea river ! "i- the brai-ki-h water obtained from ' i e pumps on the Kekaha and Mana phiii's is also responsible for n good increase in the tonnage. WILL EXAMINE WATER SUPPLY FOR CAVALRY fioci,i,,r "Pi-,.;,,- -will vis Par ia..-ks Friday where he mi- ,.f ( oh.nel Schuyler ii'i; tie post, and on Saturda ione! will make a triii into tin :t:n To look over the c,iva;rv osed new permanent erected close bv. t Schofield will be th he and the moun- over the water supply tor cantonment and the riro- J'OSt soon to be Entered of ltecord September 21. 1910. Fred II Hayselden to E I. Strout.. 1) F. L Strout To .Minnie Pecker h Kanoho Kaolulo and wf to Fred erick V Hardy M Henry T Hughes et al to von Hamm-Young Co ltd C M .1 V l.eonhart and wf to Paauilo Agn-tl 'o Ltd D Citv Market Co Ltd to Mawu Fish eries Ltd P. S Pawn Fisheries Ltd to Japanese Hank C M Margie xuinn to d C (uiim 1) Clevis A Pishaw and wf to Wil liam U Castle, Tr M Y (ioto to Y Kihant B S A C Lovekin to Alexander Garvie E Annie Evans to Mamie Schumau..A E Y F. Itowell to Annie Eva ns. .. Consent Trent Trust Co Ltd to Kaili kole (w) Ttel .1 Pel; lama. 1 l.'ecorded September 9, I'Jlo. Mauil'mla to Kekahuua Makalii. Ap :. K' P (!S7, Kill llbS, Kapa- lluuolulu, v'anu; ifM.m.e.), I .si. 1. Dated Aug IS, pipl. T K KinuikiuHi and wf to Cei.il Pi-own, Tr. M ; half int in Kul (i!14, C.r 1.''. 14, K P 120o. and :! shs in ln:i land. Puheemiki, Koolauloa, Oahu; .fiiuO. P p 1. Pate. I Sept S p.io. Zok Sen to Won Sam. P S; half of 1 share in hee Yo Co, Heeia, Koolau .(d;o. Oahu; !,4()2.10. 15 e.'hi, j 2 Id. Paie.l Aug is, lt0. .) A Cummins and wf to Bank of Honolulu Ltd. Addn ltce, pc laud, bhlg-. rents, etc, Bingham and Alexan der sis, Honolulu, Oahu; flono. p ;',41. p 4. !.-i' ed Sept it. 1!P. Kahana wale (w) to Waialua Agretl Co Ltd, L; Ap 2. (ir 5 , 4 , Paukauila, Waialua, Oahu; 11 yrs at .:!" per yr. P. . 270. Datel Aug .'50, PHO. i'ha-5 Kukea to Waialua Agrctl Co Ltd. L; Crs oit, ii and 171, Ap Paukauila, Waialua, (ahu; 20 yrs at tIoO per yr. P :'.:io, p 27!5. Hated Aug :o, l'.Mo. ' Maria I Peters and hsb (A V) to Henrv Waterhonse Trust Co Ltd. P; lot L bik P'l. Paiolo Valley, Honolulu, Oahu: .12o'. B :):5T. p 2:il. Bated Aug :;i. pmo. Dora O'C Hopkins and hsb (.1 to lleurv Waterhoue Trust Co Ltd. Tr, M; lot 2:5. Mk A, Minton Tract. Hono lulu. Oahu; .M". B :541, !. Dated Sept s, pipl. C P Mors.- and wf to .lohn P Walker. D; lot ". bik B, Kinau St. llon.dulii. Oahu; !t:5iM.i. P :t:17. p 2:52. Dated Aug :il. P'Pi. .lohn 15 Walker to Henry Waterhoiise Trust Co Ltd. Tr, M; lot bik P.. Kinan St Honolulu. Oahu: 2."o0. p :541, p 11. Dated Aug 31, lfP Mercedes L Soule and hsb (A L) to Pank of Hawaii Ltd. D; lot ."11. Cr ,".1.12, Lunalilo St, Honolulu, Oahu; irT. B :s:57, p 2:54. Dated Sept s. P'lo. .lohn K Sumner to Kobert W Davis, ol-Tllt' 1 Tl T rij.ntiviir.iniiii ftir 4-Ttll O'! ' within .1 yrs of half" int in land, Jlo kapu, Koolaupoko, Oahu; .fl, etc. B ,"5o(i, p 247. Dated Jan 1, liMKj. L'obert V' Davis to John K Sumner, Agrmt; in re reconveyance for $27t4.S3 within 1 yrs of half int in land, .Mo kaj'ii, Koolaupoko, Oahu. 15 3o0, p 247. Da Ted Jan 1, PiOo'. John K Sumner, by Atty, to Robert W Davis, Extn Agrmt; in re extension of time for 1 yrs on option of recon veyance of half int in land. Alokapu, Koolauloa, Oahu; $1. B p 24S. Dated March 20, P.'IO. Robert W Davis to Atty of John K Sumner, Extn Agrmt; in re extension of time for 5 yrs on option of recon veyance of half int in land. Mokapu, Koolauloa, Oahu. B :53G, p 24S. Dated March 20. J it 10. Pank of Hawaii Ltd, Tr, to Kohala Sugar Co, Pel; int in real, personal and mixed property, Kohala, Hawaii; $1, etc. 15 :-541, p 0. Dated Sept 8. P'LU. Joao de iJma to Manoel A -Martins. D; 2 ics land, Kaupakulua, Hamakiia loa, Maui; .i)00. B :517r p 22. Bated Sept 1. P'lo. Manoel A Martins and wf to Joao (ie Lima, M; 2 pes land, Kaupakulua, I laiuakualoa, Maui; -tCiOO. 15 341, p 7. Dated St-pt 1. PH0. Taite and hsb to Miu Sin D; land, Makawao. B 337, p 22U. Dated Aug By Authority Office of the Board of Health. Honolulu, Hawaii, September 22, 1910. Sealed tenders, in duplicate, will be received at the office of the Territorial Board of Health until 12 o'clock, noon, Monday, October 3, 1910, for the mov ing, alteration and repairing of a one story frame building at the Kalihi Re ceiving station Hospital, Kalihi, Hono lulu. Plans, specifications, and proposal blauks may be obtained at said office. All bids or tenders must be submitted in accordance with and subject to the provisions and requirements of Act C2, Session Laws of 190!'. E. A. MOTT-SMITH, President, Territorial Board of Health. Sept. 22, 23. 24, 21. 20. 27, 2s, 29, 30. October 1 Harriet W Luke Chan, Maui ; $400.' 19, 19P. Maria dos liam ' 'ooper, Kokomo, Mak p 2:io. 1 at ed A Tavares et al to Wil 1); pc land, bldgs, etc, awao, Maui; !f3lo. B :;37T Jnlv 19, 1910. NOTICE TO CANDIDATES FOE ELECTION TO CITY AND COUNTY OFFICES. Xot ice NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Estate of On Fah Chang (w), Deceased. The undersigned having been duly appointed administrator of the estate of On Fah Chang (.w), deceased, notice is hereby givt n to aU creditors of said deceased to present their claims, duly authenticated and with proper vouchers, if any exist, even if the claim is se cured by mortgage upon real estate, to him at his residence at Pearl City, in the District of Ewa, Island of Oahu, or to my altoriH-y, Eugene K. Aiu, at his office, niakai Waikiki corner of King and Pish..) streets, upstairs. Honolulu, j-- i within srx mouths from the date of the hrst publication ot this notice, said 'date being September 1.1. 19u, or with I in s:;X months from the day they fall l due, ..r the air.e will be forever barred. Honolulu. September 11. 191o. Cl A NO YEN CHAP, Administrator ot the Estate of On Fah Chang. Deceased. ! v7;9 Sept. 11. 22. 29, Oct. G, 13 -f ice is hereby given that n-,nro,c it is required by law that candidates lor election to City and Conntv offices on the Island of Oahu. shall' deposit their nominations with the Clerk of the City and County of Honolulu. T. H., not less than 20 days before the dav of election, it snail be noc-e nominations be filed later than twelve try that such in this office unt o'clock midni-Tl.f nf Tuesday, October 18. p'10 in order to 1 elective office er of Act US of th, . eligible to fill any ted by the provisions SeSM,.Ti L-iwi r.f oi ine territory of Hawaii sunn lie a citizen of t! America, and of Hawaii; he shall h qualified elector of t! and of the Citv ;-.ti i (' 1.. , joi .it leasi ;Vu Vi- i Iik ,,i...,n , .... ,o, except, ,,g ltl the case of , -e Mayor, who shall be an elector of j .."-- ',ny ami bounty at the t i election, and nins ! I 4- 1 . - .1 .il least mree a candidate I'nited States the Territory of ive been a dulv iid Territorv "i:,1y of Honolu irs next prior to NOTICE. PuHng !i,v absence from the tory Y. H. La.pe will act for tin full Tower of att rnev. K773 ' ST. D. V.. "WALTERS Terri u rider " V HO II. i I Up j ;herifT, l,e shall have nne of hjs iave been sneh f.-. years next preceding such f of the Deputy been a dni-.- ,.i: ie,l rlot. 'l'l- the City and Count n t 11 .it. t j anu m addition i ... 1 1 . miuii oe a person trict for -whieh he is a candidate, and shall be elected by the duly qualified electors of such district. In the ease of the City and County Attorney, he shall have been a duly qualified elector of said Territory and of the City and County for at least two years next prior to his eleetion, and be a duly licensed attorney admitted to practice in the Supreme Court of the Territory of Hawaii and have practiced law in the City and County for at least two years. Within the City and County of Ho nolulu the following City and County officers are to be elected: A Mayor; Seven Supervisors; , Other officers to be elected for the City and County of Honolulu, by the duly qualified electors of said City and County are: A Sheriff, who shall be ex-officio Coroner, a City and County Clerk who shall be ex-offieio Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, an Auditor, a Treasurer, and a City and County Attorney. Within each and every one' of the dis tricts of Honolulu, Ewa. Waianae, Wai alua, Koolauloa. and Koolaupoko, in the City and County of Honolulu, there shall also be elected by the qualified electors thereof one Deputy Sheriff. Nomination for each City and County officer must be accompanied bv a de- j posit of Tweuty-Five Dollars and be j signed by not less than twenty-five duly i qualified electors of the City and Coun ty of Honolulu. Nomination for each Deputy Sheriff must be accompanied by a deposit of Twenty-Five Dollars and be signed b not less than twenty-five duly qualified electors of his respective district. Should any candidate desire that his name be printed on the ballot in the Hawaiian as well as in the English lan guage, he must make a special request in writing to that effect at the time of filing his nomination. D. KALAUOKALANI, JB., Clerk, City and County of Honolulu. Mclntyre Puihliu. Hom. hilu, Septem ber 12, 1910. S7bN Sept. 11. IP. 22 ?rntory and of of Honolulu for resid thereto, he RS in the dis- This Paper JSSSft VEBTISXNG AGENCY, DTC, 427 Soot Main St.. Los Angeles, and 1 G St., 8an Francisco, where adYrrtiiinj "eibe"mad: for it.